Rankin selected DAR nominee at IMHS
IRON MOUNTAIN — Iron Mountain High School senior Alexander Rankin, the son of Leah and Trenton Rankin of Breitung Township, has been selected by the Iron Mountain High School faculty as the nominee for the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen program.
He was selected for exhibiting the qualities of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.
Rankin has received the IMHS Academic Excellence Award, earning him a place on the IMHS Honor Roll for six consecutive semesters.
He is a two-year member of the Iron Mountain High School Honor Society and also has earned an invite to the IMHS Honor Banquet for three years.
He has twice been nominated for Student of the Week while at IMHS. He has been heavily involved in the band program, participating all four years. He also is very active in Key Club, assuming the responsibility of WIUM Key Club Division lieutenant governor.
Alex is an extremely personable, energetic young man. He thoroughly enjoys leadership roles and takes on responsibility with vigor. He has various interests outside of the classroom, which include reading, working, volunteering, involvement in his church family and baking.
He is a positive model for all students at Iron Mountain High School. All of these distinguished character traits helped secure his nomination as the DAR representative for IMHS.
He plans to pursue an education degree at Northern Michigan University in Marquette.